Three weeks ago I had fell backwards and hit head on pavement on ice,, my question is I ams tillhaving headaches,, confusion,, pressurein head and sometimes irriabilty,,Is this normal to have this 3 weeks after the fall.I am waitin now for an appointment with the neurologist was wondering also what does he do and will do?Are the headaches normal because they are making me so sick,,Thank,u
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All the symptoms you are having can be due to concussion or a mild brain bleed. The neurologist will examine you for any neurological sign, may ask for a MRI or CT scan. Try and see your neurologist as soon as possible. Meanwhile get your blood pressure checked and if the symptoms are worsening get a MRI/CT scan as soon as possible.
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